September 15, 2015 10:46 am
Marquee, Party Tent and Pagoda spectacular not to be missed!
The 2015 HTS tentiQ ‘Dutch themed’ Tent Expo will be held on 11th-14th November at the Wächtersbach Exhibition Ground, Germany.
Join us for our 14th product showcase exhibition, admission is free and it’s the perfect opportunity to see the latest temporary structure innovations and accessory products HTS tentiQ has to offer.
With the summer season of events and celebrations coming to a close, now is the time to take stock on this year’s successes and consider what marquee hire equipment you need for next year. The ever growing and popular “Tent-Expo” event enables HTS tentiQ to display its diverse and extensive range of temporary structures ranging from pagodas, party tents through to the larger clear-span structure systems including multi-level structures – get ahead and expand your product range for the 2016 season!
Whilst viewing the products and enjoying the complimentary hospitality HTS tentiQ offers, your visit can be further enhanced by visiting the HTS ‘Partner’ exhibition area where you can view the latest products from selected specialist event industry suppliers.
As ever, our experienced specialists will be on hand throughout the event to discuss your specific requirements – working with you to provide the best-priced solutions to meet your needs.
The 2015 Exhibition includes:
- Carbon Tent Series
- The HTS tentiQ product range
- The Höcker Structures product range
- Industrial buildings
- Military camps & infrastructure systems
- Multi-level structures
- Compatible Structure Systems (TEC-SPAN, STUTTGART, PARIS)
- A wide range of accessory products including flooring systems, walling systems and more..
- Over 30 x Trade suppliers exhibiting
Our complimentary hospitality package includes airport transfers (Frankfurt Main airport only), one night hotel accommodation, refreshments, à la carte meals, evening entertainment and show special discounts.
The quickest way to find out more and register is online by clicking here